Thursday, October 4, 2012


Challenge will start October 1 & end October 31, 2012.

The challenge is to switch "BOO" (boo to plastic) to NEW (re-NEW-able) more sustainable materials (glass, stainless steel, wood, clay, fabric, aluminum, etc.) Each participant must switch at least TWO (2) items (switch from plastic that would normally be bought).

The month of October, centered around Halloween is FULL of plastic. This challenge was inspired by an experience of one of the founder's of THinc. Skin. When you sign up you will be entered to win various prizes that will be added throughout the month! GET EXTRA ENTRIES by liking ALL the sponsors Facebook & Following them on Twitter!

Some prizes include:
* THinc. Skin $50 Gift Card! Our skin care line (including BALM! Baby & RAW Materials) products are always stored in sustainable
* Brinware: Plate Set (These are adorable glass plates!)
* Turtle Soup: 2 Wee Beginner Boxer Brief Trainers!
* Montana Solar Creations: Reusable produce bag (can double as a reusable trick or treat bag)

You will earn extra entries by liking us & other sponsors & facebook & following us & other sponsors on Twitter. Sponsors will be added all month long & games & giveaways will happen all month long, so visit our Facebook! By submitting this form, you are agreeing to participate in the Switch "BOO" to NEW Challenge.

Hey..things happen, so please be honest; if for some reason you aren't able to participate after signing up, please email us so we can take you out of the giveaway & so we keep a correct count. (:

Some ideas are: Home made or store bought costumes that are NON-plastic. NON-plastic candy containers for trick-or-treating (ie made from felt, wooden, cardboard, etc.) If legal & safe, non-plastic wrapped candies (anyone have some ideas here? please post on our facebook wall & share!)

WHY? Most people are unaware that plastic is a huge issue, not just to our planet, but our health. Planet: Plastic will NEVER break down. 2oz. of plastic will ALWAYS be 2oz. of plastic & can only be recycled / up-cycled so many times.

Health: When plastic is used for food or skin care containers, there are health concerns because plastic can leech, especially when warmed up. BPA is not the only harmful chemical in plastic, it's just one that has come to the public's attention.

Click here to enter!

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